This is William Eggleston's very first colour photograph, made in his hometown Memphis. Everyday subjects and situations become part of his subtle, detailed compositions of colours and shapes. foam.org/eggleston

William Eggleston, Memphis, 1965, from the series Los Alamos, 1965–1974 © Eggleston Artistic Trust / Courtesy David Zwirner, New York/London
Recently added to the Foam Editions collection: several new prints by Foam Talents. All available on shop.foam.org.
Our common perception of photography is mostly linear, regarding the image as a registered moment in the past. Daisuke Yokota’s method however is circular: by reprinting, shooting, developing and creating a performance around the process, the artist he repeatedly uses his images like he is repeating time. Discover the way the Japanese artist reinvents his images in Matter, on show now at Foam....
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Time is almost up! Foam Talent Call 2017 closes this Sunday, 26 March at 11.59pm (Amsterdam Time). Make sure to submit your work before the deadline. #foamtalent

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Discover contemporary photography at its best! Make sure you don’t miss the opening party of Foam Talent at Red Hook Labs, Brooklyn. Let us know if you’re joining, RSVP here: bit.ly/RSVP-foamtalent-NY

Eternal Beauty II (Film Still), 2014, from the series The Honeymoon © Juno Calypso (detail)
Brighten up the first day of spring with Eggleston’s colourful work!

He experimented with the Dye Transfer process, which allowed him to control the level of colour saturation and achieve unparalleled colour nuances. foam.org/eggleston

William Eggleston, Memphis, 1971 – 1974, from the series Los Alamos, 1965 – 1974 © Eggleston Artistic Trust / Courtesy David Zwirner, New York/London
William Eggleston has been a pioneer of colour photography from the mid-1960s onwards, and transformed everyday America into a photogenic subject. Enjoy his vivid work now at Foam. Tickets and more information on foam.org/eggleston.

William Eggleston, Louisiana, 1971 – 1974, from the series Los Alamos, 1965 - 1974 © Eggleston Artistic Trust / Courtesy David Zwirner, New York/London
This is the last weekend to send in your work for Foam Talent Call 2017. Make sure to submit before 19 March 23.59 (Amsterdam time) at foamtalent.com.

Keep an eye on Foam Magazine for more information and updates.
It was great to see you all last night! Three very diverse and extraordinary exhibitions are now open for everyone to enjoy. All information can be found on foam.org/programme.

Opening 16 March, 2017 © Daniel Lewensztain

Foam is supported by the BankGiro Loterij, De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek, Delta Lloyd, City of Amsterdam, Olympus and the VandenEnde Foundation.
Congratulations to… Romain Mader! The Swiss artist (1988) is selected as the 11th Foam Paul Huf Award winner. More information and background on foam.org/paulhufaward.
Make a toast with us tonight to celebrate the opening of three new exhibitions. RSVP here: bit.ly/eggleston-yokota

William Eggleston – Los Alamos | 17 March – 7 June 2017
Daisuke Yokota – Matter | 17 March – 4 June 2017
Foam 3h: Foam X Hydra - 17 March - 14 May 2017

William Eggleston, En Route to New Orleans, 1971–1974, from the series Los Alamos, 1965–1974 © Eggleston Artistic Trust /...
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"I look forward to discovering work I don't know." Luci Conticello, Chair of the jury and director of photogaphy at M le magazine du Monde today at Foam. Stay tuned to find out tomorrow who this year's winner is. foam.org/paulhufaward
Work in progress as we speak. Daisuke Yokota is installing his new work Matter at Foam.

It's not the image that keeps being reinvented, but the physical photo print and film. Curious? Come and see the end result this Thursday and join the opening of Daisuke Yokota – Matter | 17 March – 4 June 2017, in the presence of the artist.
Excited for this Thursday, when the 11th winner of the Foam Paul Huf Award will be announced. Stay tuned!

Learn more about the award on foam.org/paulhufaward
Poetry is central to Ren Hang’s work, both in word and images. Although he considered his poetry and photography to be entirely separate, both deal predominately with sexuality, identity and the body, as well as love, longing and death. Pay a final tribute to the artist, today's the final day to visit his exhibition at Foam. foam.org/renhang

Untitled, 2013 © Ren Hang / courtesy Stieglitz19
Photo-objects, installations, beamers, lightboxes and wallpapers: Foam Talent goes beyond your classic photography exhibition.

You’re welcome to join us for the Public opening: Foam Talent New York at Red Hook Labs.
In memory of Ren Hang (1987 - 2017)

"The feelings Ren Hang’s images evoke within the viewer are what truly defines his work."

Naked/ Nude is on show at Foam 3h until Sunday 12 March. foam.org/renhang

Ren Hang: Beyond Translation

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Stéphanie Solinas - Dominique Lambert / Le Pourquoi Pas?

Until 16 April 2017, foam.org/solinas

DL#105/5, from the series Dominique Lambert, 2003-2009 © Stéphanie Solinas
“I discovered that the camera is a time machine capable of representing the sense of time.” – Hiroshi Sugimoto captures elusive phenomena like light, time and space through the use of photography. Today's your last chance to get drawn into his extraordinary imagery. foam.org/sugimoto

Bay of Sagami, Atami, 1997 © Hiroshi Sugimoto
After the earlier #Brexit-campaign, Wolfgang Tillmans and Fantastic Man founders launch the ‘Protect the European Union campaign’ in The Netherlands. They developed campaign posters with a statement: a message of unity. Starting Thursday 9 March visitors can collect Tillmans’ campaign posters, free of charge, at Foam in Amsterdam.

Learn more: foam.org/ProtectTheEU